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    this is on ebay and too pricey for me has anyone seen these before
    'Very Rare' R A A F Meteorological Service Pair Collar Badges WW11 | eBay
    ill add the link properly on weekend

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    And maybe this

    Air Power Development Centre

    Bronze always worries me on lugs mate. Not a soldering medium for WW2 period made insignia I believe. Maybe re lugged if a good set?

    Cheers mate

    Dave

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    Quote by Thanatos View Post
    And maybe this

    Air Power Development Centre

    Bronze always worries me on lugs mate. Not a soldering medium for WW2 period made insignia I believe. Maybe re lugged if a good set?

    Cheers mate

    Dave
    Either way id only pay $50 tops , very rare or not , suss as

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    Here are 3 G.S Rising sun badges I picked up recently. The first 2 being post WW2 but having a maker I had not seen before. AMOR Sydney. the other being an early version collar that has been broached. Enjoy




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    Nice 4th Pattern insignia Jack. The Amor is a good one mate, no worries there.
    I will have a look in my Cussoms and attempt to identify the maker of the broached 3rd pattern collar for you after work cobber.

    Nice mate

    Dave

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    Thanks Dave, have a few others that came with these which I will post later.

    Best
    Jack
    Last edited by Jack Kelly; 01-16-2014 at 04:43 AM.

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    Some additional G.S. rising suns. Cap badges. The first is another Amor, Sydney, the other two are unmarked. would these be WW2 or earlier?
    Thanks
    Jack


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    And two collars both being K.G. Luke.
    Thanks
    Jack


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    Hi Jack,
    The last collar in post 845 is "unidentified maker" as per Cossums "Rising Suns".
    I have a few collars of this unknown maker in my collection.
    Will have a look at your others after work mate.
    Cheers
    Dave

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